NUI Galway Academic Awarded Funding to Develop Novel Hydrogel to Treat Chronic Pain

The new grants were awarded to researchers working in 12 countries

Reposted by InterSearch Ireland

 

Dr Martin O’Halloran, Director of the Lambe Translational Medical Device laboratory at NUI Galway is the only Irish scientist among fifty in Europe awarded European Research Council top-up funding, through a Proof of Concept Grant, to develop a novel hydrogel to treat chronic pain.

The Proof of Concept grants, worth €150,000 each, are part of the EU’s research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020. The top-up funding award will allow Dr O’Halloran to develop the results of his scientific hydrogel concept to file patent applications and attract capital to make the research marketable, and explore the commercial and societal potential of the product.

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http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/news-and-events/news-archive/2018/may/nui-galway-academic-awarded-funding-to-develop-novel-hydrogel-to-treat-chronic-pain.html

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NUI Galway Academic Awarded Funding to Develop Novel Hydrogel to Treat Chronic Pain

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